Describe in detail the effects of alcohol and other

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88. Describe in detail the effects of alcohol and other substance use on intimate partner violence. Detail its prevalence, epidemiology, and critical issues. Explain the various relationships between alcohol/substance use and intimate partner violence. Include an explanation of the association between chronic substance abuse and intimate partner violence, as well as its impact.
Nosta Tanyidah Final Exams docx 11 alcohol affects coordination and distort reasoning as well as drug and substance abuse and may lead to intimate violence. From the online in-class contents, those men were likely to murder their wives due to heavy alcohol consumption, as is the case in New York wherein a few weeks not less than four men killed their wives due to the influence. Though substances such as cocaine and amphetamines have also been linked to intimate violence as well as alcohol. Socioeconomics aspects, as well as youthful exposure to violence, are also contributing factors that can later become prevalent in adult life with the consumption of alcohol and substance abuse leading to intimate violence. Men as a whole tend, for the most part, more likely to engage in intimate violence than women, and it can also be true that it if doesn’t happen early on in marriage, then the likelihood that it will happen later in marriage are slim. There are four broad explanations of the impact of chronic substance abuse and intimate partner relationship. They include; Chronic use explanation which must do socio/interpersonal relationships because the social/interpersonal context is used influence the acquisition of drugs and alcohol and thereby the chance of abuse and affect intimate relationships in the long run. Next is the Spurious Association which has to do with the association of the relation being spurious with one partner viewing the other as hostile thus leading to partner violence. Another impact is the Acute Use Explanation, which has to do with partners suggesting that the other will become aggressive while drinking and thus making an issue that the outcome will be as a result of drinking alcohol leading to violence. Lastly is the Psychopharmacological Effects which may lead to arousal or reduced anxiety as well as altered perception and often lead to intimate violence.

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